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  • Irish parliament returns with weeks of government talks ahead

    Ireland's Fianna Fail will start formal talks next week to try to form a government from a fractured parliament as contenders for prime minister fell well short of doing so at the first sitting since the Feb. 8 election.

  • UN-backed government in Libya suspends talks after attack

    GENEVA (AP) " The U.N.-supported government in Libya said Tuesday it would suspend its participation in talks in Geneva aimed at salvaging a fragile cease-fire in the North African country following an attack on Tripoli's strategic port.It appeared to be the first such attack on Tripoli's port since Libyan forces loyal to military commander Khalifa Hifter began their siege of the city almost a year ago.The National Oil Corporation said projectiles struck meters away from a [

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  • Libya's internationally recognized government suspends ceasefire talks in Geneva

    Libya's internationally recognized government suspended ceasefire talks hosted by the United Nations in Geneva after an attack on Tripoli port on Tuesday, the presidential council of the government announced in a statement.